Sixteen Hampton Roads area high school students work with NASA and New Horizons to build a spatial disorientation simulator for pilots and astronauts.
NASA has named the winning team in the 2012-2013 NASA RealWorld-InWorld Engineering Design Challenge.
The 2013 DuPont essay winners visit NASA's Kennedy Space Center and share their personal stories relating to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Students from a half-dozen junior and senior high schools get a first-hand look at technology and engineering in action during ITEA event.
For your iPad: A simulation is available to explore plant growth on the moon.
A mixture of academic rigor and technology skills brought students from Denbigh High School to NASA's Langley Research Center during spring break.
NASA has declared the winners of the 20th NASA Great Moonbuggy Race at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Learn how NASA's Earth-observing satellites measure climate, temperature and more to help us better understand our planet.
Founded by NASA astronaut Ron Garan, this site features blogs and projects to inspire people to improve life on our planet. Get involved and make a positive impact!
NASA is celebrating Earth Day every day.
Young women from schools in Florida's Putnam and Volusia counties recently participated in a panel discussion with NASA professionals on making career choices.
Meet six INSPIRE students and find out how their participation in a NASA educational project made a difference in their lives.
California's Lancaster High School robotics team took their robot to the state capitol for a demonstration before competing in regional events.
This short video explains how NASA studies the sun -- and more importantly, how it affects our daily lives.
Two student-lead teams competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition rebuilt their machines after a highway crash.
This fact sheet describes solar phenomena such as sunspots and the solar wind.
A beautiful comet with a bulky name is making an appearance this month for lucky sky-watchers in some parts of the world.
Join this weeklong celebration March 18-22, 2013, by bringing sun-Earth connections into your classroom.
Read facts about asteroids, moons and dwarf planets that orbit between Mars and Jupiter.
Observe changes that have occurred to Earth's global condition over time.